June 15, 2020 (At the Corner of Susan & St. Joseph)
This post is dedicated to the people in my life who are most directly impacted by the sin of racism.
My prayer of late is percolating, filled with emotion and low on words. I am a very strong “T” on the Myers Briggs (those who know me will not be surprised), but my thought bubbles right now are being outpaced by my heart bubbles.
June 15, 2020 (Catherine's Cafe)
"Ultimately, we have just one moral duty:
June 13, 2020 (Design Jane, Sister of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart)
I struggle to put my feelings into words with the toxicity of racial inequality that we have being seeing in the USA(and beyond). So... I created the sketch below as my little way of putting some healing and solidarity out into the world through art. There is also a black lines version (no colour) that you can print out or download and colour in for free. Perfect as a prayerful mediation. Download the image via the Colouring In page, plus view the resources below.
June 12, 2020 (Messy Jesus Business )
In the June burst of green and sunshine, I am taking a bike …
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June 12, 2020 (Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph)
After two months of cancellations or postponements due to the coronavirus, the Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center was able to start a new program on June 3, 2020. “12 Keys to Spiritual Vitality: Powerful Lessons to Living Agelessly” is being presented by Center Director Maryann Joyce. The program consists of six morning sessions plus an Educational Faith Assessment profile.
June 11, 2020 (Kateri Initiative - Sisters of the Divine Savior)
I'm sure you chuckled at yesterday's tongue-in-cheek reflections on the free box of vegetables and fruit received from our tribal food give-away.
Today, though, I'd like to challenge you to tackle a much harder topic: white privilege.
June 11, 2020 (A Sister Reflects, Adrian Dominican Sisters)
June 10, 2020 (Kateri Initiative - Sisters of the Divine Savior)
June 10, 2020 (A Nun's Life)
Yesterday was the funeral of George Floyd. He was buried next to his mother’s grave in a cemetery near Houston, where he grew up.
His funeral came after more than two weeks of shocking stories in the news and on social media about his death.
June 9, 2020 (Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph)
Sister Delores “Dee” Long, 81, an Ursuline Sister of Mount Saint Joseph, died June 7, 2020, at Mount Saint Joseph, in her 45th year of religious life. She was a native of Kansas City, Mo.
Sister Dee was an Ursuline Sister of Paola, Kan., until the merger of that community with Mount Saint Joseph in 2008. A former semi-pro tennis player, she enjoyed nature and traveling and had an interest in Native American culture. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Saint Mary’s College in Kansas in 1970 and a master’s degree from Emporia State University in Emporia, Kan., in 1989.
June 8, 2020 (Catherine's Cafe)
June 8, 2020 (Spirit of Charity)
Have you ever had an experience that was so life-changing and memorable that you just had to write about it afterwards? Perhaps you relayed it in great detail in a diary, prayer journal, or letter to a friend. St.
June 7, 2020 (Ursuline Life)
From the Archdiocese of New York
“God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life.” From today's Gospel JN 3:16-18
June 7, 2020 (Spirit of Charity)
"God's plan for humanity is good, but in our daily affairs, we experience the presence of evil. It is a
June 6, 2020 (Messy Jesus Business )
"Fundamentally prisons are not broken; they are designed to do something that is wrong."
Founder of Christians for the Abolition of Prisons
In episode four, Sister Julia speaks with guest Hannah Bowman about how Chrisitans are called to work for Prison Abolition.
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June 5, 2020 (Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph)
The writer of Saint Matthew’s Gospel tells to love our enemies as well as our friends. It is easy to love my friends. My enemies? That’s more challenging.
Psalm 145 tells us that God is good to one and all. God makes no distinction.
As I look at what is happening in our country, I see violence and what appears to be lack of love.
Pope Francis calls for mercy. He tells us that all God’s children are equal in God’s sight.
June 4, 2020 (Show Me A Sign - Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration)
Â Religious life: united with others,Â living strong relationshipsÂ Visit us again to experience new Show me a sign 6 Word Stories of Hope. Are you discerning religious life? Walking with someone who is? We invite you to share this link, fspa.org/showmeasign, and join the conversation.
June 4, 2020 (A Sister Reflects, Adrian Dominican Sisters)
Like shopping for groceries or harvesting the fruits of our gardens, an important feature in discerning is gathering information.
June 3, 2020 (Kateri Initiative - Sisters of the Divine Savior)
June 3, 2020 (A Nun's Life)